ПЕРСПЕКТИВЫ РАЗВИТИЯ ИНФОРМАЦИОННЫХ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ
ВЫЧИСЛИТЕЛЬНЫЕ СИСТЕМЫ И СЕТИ
3D+МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЕ
ОБРАБОТКА И ХРАНЕНИЕ ДАННЫХ
ИНТЕЛЛЕКТУАЛЬНЫЕ СИСТЕМЫ
A.M. Kashevnik An approach to semantic interoperability support between mobile robots for coalition formation
МАТЕМАТИЧЕСКОЕ МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЕ
A.M. Kashevnik An approach to semantic interoperability support between mobile robots for coalition formation

Abstract.

Development of robotics last years significantly extends tasks that can be solved by mobile robots. However, it brings to complication of these tasks and necessity to coalition formation in case of impossibility to solve a task by one robot. Thereby, it is needed to develop new models and methods for interoperability support during the interaction of mobile robots in coalitions. The paper considers different levels of interoperability, proposes an approach for semantic interoperability support during the interaction of mobile robots in coalitions, and describe a scenario for word formation by mobile robots.

Keywords:

mobile robots, coalitions, ontologies, interoperability.

PP. 90-100.

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